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Eight suspects in Maj. Kiggundu murder case now committed to trial in high court
The suspects include; the acting Deputy Amir of the Tabliq Muslim section Sheikh Yahaya Mwanjje and others

Buganda Road Court has committed  for trial to the International Crimes Division Court 8 people who are  charged with the murder of Maj. Muhammad Kiggundu and his body guard Sgt. Stephen Mukasa.

Chief Magistrate Jamson Karemani has sent the 8 to the Highcourt on the instructions of the Director of Public prosecutions Mike Chibita who says he has sufficient  evidence to sustain the charges and have the accused convicted

The suspects include; the acting Deputy Amir of the Tabliq Muslim section Sheikh Yahaya Mwanjje and  others. 

 These face 4 counts including murder,  aiding and abetting  Terrorism  and confessing to belong to a terrorist group, the Allied Democratic Forces, ADF between   2010 and 2017.

Prosecution evidence  states  that the 8   conspired  to  shoot dead Maj. Kiggundu and Sgt. Mukasa on the morning of  26th/November 2016 at Masanafu trading center in Lubaga division in addition to giving  support in form of recruitment and training to the ADF. 

These have been sent back on remand at Luzira prison until the next convenient session of the International Crimes Division  Court to stand trial.